An Accidental Awakening: It's not about yoga; It's about family


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Stephanie Hrehirchuk
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.73 inches | 0.78 pounds

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About the Author

Stephanie Hrehirchuk lives in Calgary, Alberta with her husband, 2 children and beloved cat. She shares her Anna stories with elementary classrooms where she enjoys inspiring students to write. Anna and the Earth Angel receives 5 stars from Readers' Favourite The black and white illustrations are magical and they make the story come alive to readers. The theme of the beauty of nature and finding happiness in it has been handled well by the author. Readers will enjoy Anna's tryst with nature and the story will encourage them to become more observant of their beautiful surroundings. It is a good book to use for read aloud sessions in classrooms as it makes students aware of the beauty of nature and will encourage them to preserve it. The concept of an earth angel makes the story whimsical and it is interesting to see how Anna and the earth angel weave magic into the lives of everyone living in that area.


Hrehirchuk's warm, relatable voice as narrator will keep readers invested, while leading them to accept that they too could aspire to such a spiritual journey. The witty chapter titles provide a humorous and playful reprieve from the more serious underlying subject matter--rehabilitating oneself physically and spiritually. Hrehirchuk powerfully emphasizes the connection between the physical and psychological. The detailed acknowledgment of the narrator's growth over her year of yoga is inspiring, funny, and heartwarming, and the narrative comes full circle at the end, focusing on the blessings of family.

The Booklife Prize